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Nine reasons to write a Top 10 (access required)


The buzz phrase of the day is “content is king,” and you’ve no doubt been urged by your marketing staff to write an article, newsletter or blog post. If you’re like most lawyers, you agree that it’s a good idea, ...

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Staffer hopes to keep judgment against prosecutor (access required)

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A Culpeper County employee who successfully sued the county commonwealth’s attorney for assault and battery could lose his district court victory because he doesn’t have the money to pursue his appeal in circuit court. In the case involving lame-duck Commonwealth’s ...

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Find the marketing opportunities in your community (access required)


Your local community can reveal big clues about its legal needs. By learning what is important to, needed by and/or lacking in your community, you can tailor your services to meet residents’ needs and open up new opportunities for your ...

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Stressed by a coworker or partner? There is a cure.


You and a coworker may be suffering from idiopathic mutual irritation, and never know it. Idiopathic mutual irritation, or IMI, is a phenomenon I see so often in my mediation practice that I had to give it a name. “Idiopathic” ...

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‘My client wants to kill himself’ (access required)


It’s a question many lawyers never think about until it appears without warning. Word comes – perhaps from the person himself – that a client is planning to commit suicide. The lawyer’s case could be a factor. The client well ...

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